We’ve been threatening this for a while and we finally did it. Today, RF.com took it’s first big step towards internationalization.
OK. Perhaps not that big a step, just a little one across the northern border. But for all intents and purposes, RF.com’s presence in Canada makes it a lot easier for us to launch throughout the rest of the iPhone world in short order.
Being in Canada means that we now offer a local calling POP to those who sign up with RF.com in Canada. The service offered in Canada is exactly the same as what we’ve been dishing up in the US for past few months: Free Skype, GoogleTalk, Yahoo, MSN, SIP URI calling; free use of your own VoIP provider to make calls; free full integration with Asterisk and other IP-capable PBXes.
Soon (and by that we mean this month), we’ll begin offering RF.com in Europe and elsewhere (our closed tests in Europe are going splendidly).
Big things are coming . . .